By Simone Gibson | October 17, 2018

Lake Allatoona Youth, Disabled Deer Hunt Dates Set

On Saturday, Sept. 29, Wildlife Action of Georgia hosted a fishing day for about 25 girls on Lake

By Mike Worley | October 16, 2018

The Case For A Yes Vote On Amendment 1

Editor’s Note: The article below was written by Mike Worley, president and CEO of the Georgia Wildlife Federation.

By Brad Gill | October 4, 2018

Public Meetings To Discuss Georgia Bears

If you bear hunt in one of Georgia’s three Bear Zones, you will be interested in what’s coming

By Sgt. Mike Barr | October 3, 2018

DNR Looking To Hire Game Wardens

As hunting season is now upon us, it reminds us of the dedicated men and women in uniform

By Simone Gibson | October 2, 2018

193-Inch Oconee National Forest Buck Surfaces

On Dec. 8, 1985, David Coppenger, 22 at the time, killed a main-frame 12-pointer from the Oconee National Forest

By GON Staff | October 2, 2018

NGM Gives Away $15K Kawasaki Mule

Who hasn’t filled out a drawing at a show like GON’s Outdoor Blast, and then went about your

By Simone Gibson | September 27, 2018

680 Pound Alligator Killed on Lake Seminole

On Saturday, Sept. 16, Randy Hand, of Bainbridge, his wife, oldest brother, and father went on Lake Seminole

By Brad Gill | September 26, 2018

70 Hogs Killed In Drive By

It’s not a newsflash that feral hogs seem to be taking over some parts of the country. Here

By Brad Gill | September 18, 2018

TeenPact Visits Old Hudson Plantation

About 50 teenaged girls from all over the country recently visited Old Hudson Plantation in Sparta to get

By Brad Gill | September 13, 2018

There’s A Coyote In The Bedroom!

Dealing with coyotes out in the Georgia woods as they work on deer and turkey numbers is problematic